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1 Design Associate in Arts Degrees Architectural Design Computer-Aided Drafting Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Mechanical Design Students may earn one of the above-named associate degrees by completing a certificate of achievement and the general education courses required for MiraCosta College's Associate in Arts degree (see Associate Degrees). Students should meet with a MiraCosta counselor to identify required courses and to develop a written educational plan for their chosen degree or certificate. Certificates The Design program offers courses in architecture, drafting, and engineering for students who wish to transfer to a fouryear institution or gain employment in the fields of architectural design, computer aided design, mechanical design, and engineering design. The program also offers courses for those who may not be pursuing a career in design but who have an interest in or need to understand graphic communication. The engineering course work includes engineering design graphics courses for students majoring in aerospace, civil, environmental, industrial, mechanical, and structural engineering. The architectural course work gives students a working knowledge of the practices and technical aspects of architectural design and drawing. Careers in architecture, some of which require an undergraduate degree, include urban planner, surveyor, draftsperson, building inspector, corporate architect, and technical illustrator. Employers for students obtaining certificates and associate degrees include federal, state, and local land use planning agencies; building and transportation agencies; private architectural, contract, and construction companies; and for-profit industrial and manufacturing companies in life science, defense, sport/ recreation equipment, and various other industries. Contact Information Chair: David Parker Dean: Al Taccone Full-Time Faculty Paul Clarke David Parker Associate Degrees Department: Design Office: Building OC4800, Degree programs include the completion of a general education (GE) pattern of courses. The knowledge, skills, and abilities gained as a result of completing general education, referred to as GE outcomes, can be viewed here. Architectural Design This certificate program gives students a working knowledge of the practices and technical aspects of architectural design and drawing. Students complete the required core courses and choose an elective course that relates to their own career objective. Completion of this certificate provides students with a foundation in architectural design, construction materials, computer-aided drafting, and building-information modeling, and it enables students to qualify for entry-level positions in detailing, revisions, design update, and general office practice. DESN 100 Fundamentals of Design 3 3 DESN 103 Architectural Communications 3 DESN 105 Construction Materials 3 DESN 200 Architectural Design I 3 3 DESN 290 Portfolio and Presentation 1 or DESN 292 MiraCosta College Catalog 1

2 or DESN 299 Occupational Cooperative Work Experience Select at least 6 elective units from the following: 6 BUS 133 Project Management DESN 107 History of Western Architecture -A Sustainable Perspective DESN 204 HORT 127 MAT 110 Advanced 3D Modeling and Prototyping Landscape Design Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop Total Units 32 Computer-Aided Drafting This certificate provides a solid foundation in computer-aided drafting (CAD). In addition to the common core of required courses, students choose an area of emphasis (architecture, engineering, or landscape) and complete all the courses from that emphasis. Completion of this program prepares students for entry level support positions in a variety of local industries or for continuing their education. Typical job titles of students completing this certificate include drafter, CAD operator, AutoCAD technician, and architectural and civil drafter. This certificate consists of 18 units of required core courses and 6-8 units of elective courses from one area of emphasis: architecture, engineering, or landscape. Students should select an emphasis area and complete both courses in that emphasis. DESN 290 Portfolio and Presentation 1 or DESN 292 or DESN 299 Occupational Cooperative Work Experience Select an area of emphasis in either Architecture, Engineering or Landscape from below: Emphasis in Architecture (6 units): Emphasis in Engineering (8 units): DESN 111 DESN 120 Engineering Design Graphics Manufacturing Processes Emphasis in Landscape (6 units): HORT 127 HORT 220 Landscape Design Computer-Aided Landscape Design Applications Total Units Computer-Aided Drafting and Design This certificate provides a solid foundation in computer-aided drafting and design (CADD). In addition to the common core of required courses, students choose an area of emphasis (architecture, engineering, or landscape) and complete at least 9 elective units from that emphasis. Completion of this program prepares students for entry-level support positions in a variety of local industries or for continuing their education. Typical job titles of students completing this certificate include designer, CAD technician, design drafter, and architectural and civil designer. This certificate consists of 19 units of required core courses and 9-11 units of elective courses from one area of emphasis: architecture, engineering, or landscape. DESN 290 Portfolio and Presentation 1 or DESN 292 or DESN 299 Occupational Cooperative Work Experience Select at least 9 units from one of the three areas of emphasis (Architecture, Engineering, or Landscape): Architecture Emphasis DESN 100 DESN 105 DESN 200 Engineering Emphasis BUS 133 DESN 111 DESN 120 Landscape Emphasis HORT 117 HORT 126 HORT 127 HORT 220 Fundamentals of Design Construction Materials Architectural Design I Project Management Engineering Design Graphics Manufacturing Processes Plant Identification: Trees, Shrubs, and Vines Landscape Irrigation Landscape Design Computer-Aided Landscape Design Applications Total Units MiraCosta College Catalog

3 Mechanical Design This certificate prepares individuals for entry-level jobs with companies and agencies involved in the design and/or manufacture of mechanical objects, devices, and equipment. Students develop the knowledge and skills needed to take design ideas from concept sketches to digital models, physical prototypes, detail drawings, and subsequent manufacture and production. Job titles of students completing this certificate include drafter, designer, mechanical designer, and engineering assistant. The certificate also equips employed and transfer students with expertise using the latest industrystandard design tools required for job promotions, advanced study, and professional practice. DESN 111 Engineering Design Graphics 4 DESN 120 Manufacturing Processes 4 Select one unit from the following list of courses: 1 DESN 290 DESN 292 DESN 299 Portfolio and Presentation Occupational Cooperative Work Experience Total Units 23 Applied Design This certificate prepares individuals with skills fundamental to careers in professional interior and industrial design. It is designed for students who desire to secure entry-level positions or who plan to continue their education at a college of design. Job titles typical of students completing this certificate include design assistant or interior design assistant. Upon completion of this program students will be able to apply the standard Design Process to generate solutions across multiple industries. ART 100 Drawing and Composition 3 DESN 100 Fundamentals of Design 3 Select an area of emphasis in Interior Design or Industrial Design from below: Emphasis in Design (6 units) DESN 107 History of Western Architecture -A Sustainable Perspective DESN 200 Architectural Design I 6-7 Emphasis in Industrial Design (6-7 units) DESN 110 DESN 203 DESN 204 Graphics Communication Solid Modeling Advanced 3D Modeling and Prototyping Total Units Construction Management This certificate program prepares students for entry-level opportunities in the growing construction industry. It introduces students to the communication tools, construction materials, and management principles required for an entry-level position and/or further study in construction management. In addition to the required courses, students may select an elective course in a more specialized area of emphasis. to create an effective plan and schedule for a personal or construction project from defined criteria, and monitor, control, and measure performance of the project. DESN 101 AutoCAD Computer-Aided Drafting I 3-4 or DESN 105 Construction Materials 3 BUS 131 Management Principles 3 BUS 133 Project Management 3 Choose one course from the following: 3-4 ACCT 101 BUS 130 CSIT 110 HORT 128 Practical Accounting Small Business Management Computer Applications Landscape Construction Total Units Engineering Design Graphics This certificate provides students an opportunity to explore and become proficient with the graphic tools used by designers and engineers to take ideas from design concept, to prototype, to physical product. Students who complete this certificate are encouraged to then pursue the Mechanical Design or CADD and continue their engineering education. Upon completion of this program students will be able to critically analyze the needs of the audience or end user of the model and select the optimal model media and presentation style (multi-view, shading, dimensioning, etc.) based on the often conflicting demands of user needs, time and budget constraints, and available technology (plotters, projectors, RP machines, etc.). DESN 111 Engineering Design Graphics 4 MiraCosta College Catalog 3

4 Total Units 15 Drafting Fundamentals This certificate introduces and provides an overview of the issues and skills involved in drafting education or a career in drafting. A graphics communication course covering sketching, visualization, and projection is combined with a computeraided drafting and architectural drawing course to help students develop skills using the board and AutoCAD. These courses provide a foundation for work or study related to drafting. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to create, present, and evaluate a CAD design project that solves design problems typical in industry and/or the community. 3 Total Units 11 3D Modeling and Prototyping This certificate of proficiency will prepare students for opportunities in the emerging fields of 3D Printing (3DP), Rapid Prototyping (RP), and Additive Manufacturing (AM). Students develop skills in producing digital 3D models that are used to print, fabricate, and/or manufacture physical prototypes in a rapid manner. Upon completion of this program, students will be able to design and create graphical representations of the built DESN 120 Manufacturing Processes 4 Total Units 17 Courses DESN 100: Fundamentals of Design, UC Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ) This course introduces the fundamentals of the design process as students develop and apply design skills using visual elements and principles of two- and three-dimensional design. It includes solving visual problems and creating authentic designs using black and white and color media in both twoand three-dimensions. Students also study design in historical, social, and multicultural contexts. (Formerly DRAF 136.) DESN 101: AutoCAD Computer-Aided Drafting I, UC Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 6 hours. ( ), SU This course introduces computer-aided drafting. Students use computers with AutoCAD software and peripheral equipment to develop computer-generated drawings for various fields and industries, including architecture, engineering, landscape, and interior design. Students learn principles and techniques that enable them to create, edit, modify, scale, and plot twodimensional technical drawings. (Formerly DRAF 101.) :, UC Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ) This course provides the methods and techniques required for architectural drawing. It covers freehand sketching, line work, lettering, geometric constructions, orthographic and isometric projections, and construction drawings, which include floor plans, elevations, sections, and details. (Formerly ARCH 101.) DESN 103: Architectural Communications Advisory:., UC Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ) This course provides students the fundamentals of architectural presentation, rendering, and model making. It introduces standards and applications of design language, color theory, pen and ink, freehand drawing, two-point perspective, and model making technique. (Formerly ARCH 103.) 4 MiraCosta College Catalog

5 DESN 105: Construction Materials, UC Lecture 2.50 hours, laboratory 1.50 hours. ( ) Course Typically Offered: SU This course provides an overview of the processes and materials used in construction. Topics include elements of planning, designing, and contracting of the work. The course emphasizes site preparation and the materials used in residential and commercial projects, including wood, concrete, steel, glazing, and masonry as applied to the interiors and exteriors of buildings. (Formerly ARCH 105.) DESN 107: History of Western Architecture -A Sustainable Perspective, UC Lecture 3 hours. ( ) This course introduces the history of Western architecture from the ancient Near East to the present day with an emphasis on the timeless principles of sustainability. It examines selected significant historical works of architecture to shed light on the technological, religious, and social forces that shaped these works. Students explore the principles of sustainable design as they examine past exemplars of architectural design through the lens of present day sustainability guidelines. DESN 110: Graphics Communication Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with credit in DRAF 110 or ENGR 110. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ), SU This course introduces graphics as a fundamental means of communicating technical information for product design, manufacturing, and construction. Students develop an understanding of graphics communication in the design process and gain hands-on experience using modern computer-aided solid modeling software to produce part models, assemblies, and drawings according to industry standards. (Formerly DRAF/ENGR 110.) DESN 111: Engineering Design Graphics Prerequisites: DESN 110 Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with credit in DRAF 111 or ENGR 111., UC Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ) This course prepares engineering and design students to use the graphic communication tools used by engineers in industry. Students develop an advanced understanding of these tools in the engineering design process and gain hands-on experience using modern computer-aided solid modeling software to produce complex part models, assemblies, and drawings. (Formerly DRAF/ENGR 111.) DESN 120: Manufacturing Processes Lecture 4 hours. ( ) Course Typically Offered: F This course provides students a basic understanding of the properties of materials and how these materials, including plastics, metals, ceramics, and composites, are transformed into finished products. Students study basic and advanced manufacturing processes, including material removal, joining and assembly, molding and casting, surfacing, and finishing. (Formerly DRAF 120.) DESN 200: Architectural Design I Prerequisites:., UC Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ) Course Typically Offered: SP This course introduces the basics of architectural design. Students learn and apply fundamental form and space concepts to a design project using visual communication, spatial communications, and creative problem solving. (Formerly ARCH 102.) DESN 201: AutoCAD Computer-Aided Drafting II Prerequisites: DESN 101. Corequisite: DESN 101 if prerequisite not met. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ) This course focuses on applying advanced AutoCAD skills in the design process to create models, drawings, and related documentation for a variety of applications and industries. Topics include tolerancing, block libraries, attributes, bills of materials, isometric drawings, plotting, modeling, and photorealistic 3D rendering. Students develop and apply skills in visualizing, creating, and editing 3D shapes for modeling, testing, rapid prototyping, and marketing. The course emphasizes improving productivity and developing modeling and presentation skills. (Formerly DRAF 201.) MiraCosta College Catalog 5

6 DESN 203: Solid Modeling Advisory: DESN 101 and DESN 110., UC Lecture 1.50 hours, laboratory 4.50 hours. ( ) This course introduces engineering and design students to 3D parametric solid modeling, including basic and intermediate parts, assemblies, and drawings. From their models, students produce CAD drawings to include orthographic, pictorial, section, and detail views. The course also covers dimensioning, dimensional tolerancing, and thread notation per ASME Y14.5M-1994 and uses Pro/Engineer (Creo) and SolidWorks software extensively. DESN 204: Advanced 3D Modeling and Prototyping Advisory: DESN 203 or DESN 201. Lecture 1.50 hours, laboratory 4.50 hours. ( ) Course Typically Offered: F This course provides advanced theory and hands-on application of 3D modeling and prototyping to students with prior CAD modeling experience or coursework. Building upon the fundamentals, students develop skill in solid and surface modeling, mold designing, rapid prototyping, and additive manufacturing. Students develop and refine modeling skills, produce prototypes, enhance presentation models, and use simulation and 3D printing tools to solve design problems. Additional topics include file translation, presentation assessment, and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) techniques. (Formerly DRAF 204.) : Advisory: DESN 101 and. Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with credit in ARCH 207 or DRAF 207. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours. ( ), SU This course prepares intermediate design students to create, detail, and present CAD models of the built environment using Revit building information modeling software. Students create and modify building models, produce presentations including renderings and animated walk-throughs, manipulate parametric objects, create schedules and details from the data base, and generate construction documents from the model. The course is intended for students pursuing careers in architecture, engineering, construction, drafting, and landscape and interior design. (Formerly ARCH 207/DRAF 207.) DESN 290: Portfolio and Presentation Units: 1 Lecture 0.50 hour, laboratory 1.50 hours. ( ) Students develop a professional portfolio using their best work from previously completed architecture and drafting courses to highlight their design and drawing achievements. The course also covers how students can market themselves for the workforce through resume writing, job search strategies, and presentation and interview skills. DESN 292: Units: Corequisite: Complete 75 hrs paid or 60 hrs non-paid work per unit. Enrollment Limitation: Instructor, dept chair, and Career Center approval. May not enroll in any combination of cooperative work experience and/or internship studies concurrently. This course provides students the opportunity to apply the theories and techniques of their discipline in an internship position in a professional setting under the instruction of a faculty-mentor and site supervisor. It introduces students to aspects of the roles and responsibilities of professionals employed in the field of study. Topics include goal-setting, employability skills development, and examination of the world of work as it relates to the student's career plans. Students must develop new learning objectives and/or intern at a new site upon each repetition. Students may not earn more than 16 units in any combination of cooperative work experience (general or occupational) and/or internship studies during community college attendance. (Formerly DRAF 292.) DESN 296: Topics in Design Units: 1-3 Lecture 1 hour. Lecture 2 hours. Lecture 3 hours. ( ) This course gives students an opportunity to study topics in Drafting that are not included in regular course offerings. Each Topics course is announced, described, and given its own title and 296 number designation in the class schedule. (Formerly DRAF 296.) 6 MiraCosta College Catalog

7 DESN 298: Directed Study in Design Units: 1-3 Enrollment Limitation: Instructor and department chair approval and successful completion of 12 units of college work with at least a 3.0 grade-point average. Laboratory 3 hours Laboratory 6 hours Laboratory 9 hours. ( ) This course allows students to pursue a special area of interest in order to achieve specific goals beyond the scope of existing courses within the discipline. Students work independently and interact directly with an instructor on an individual basis and as prescribed by the Directed Study Agreement. (Formerly DRAF 298.) DESN 299: Occupational Cooperative Work Experience Units: 1-4 Corequisite: Complete 75 hrs paid or 60 hrs non-paid work per unit. Enrollment Limitation: Career Center approval. May not enroll in any combination of cooperative work experience and/or internship studies concurrently. Cooperative Work Experience is intended for students who are employed in a job directly related to their major. It allows such students the opportunity to apply the theories and skills of their discipline to their position and to undertake new responsibilities and learn new skills at work. Topics include goal-setting, employability skills development, and examination of the world of work as it relates to the student's career plans. Students may not earn more than 16 units in any combination of cooperative work experience (general or occupational) and/or internship studies during community college attendance. (Formerly DRAF 299.) MiraCosta College Catalog 7

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